Data drainer! I this app advertised on my outbound flight so downloaded it over Wi-Fi. I was abroad for 2 weeks so did not open it at all. I used my data roaming sparingly switching it off between uses. When checking my data used. I was dissapointed to see this app was using considerable amount of background data for the very short amount of time I was logged on. I have since disabled it downloading over data but thought I would add this review as a warning to others. For my flight which was short haul within Europe, the amount of English publications offered was limited with no videos. Might be more useful for long haul flights.
Does not work on mediapad m3
I tried it and couldn't attend the video
Movies? Nice but bad try... I tried to download a movie while having over one hour before boarding in the lounge. I did not even mange to download 50% of the movie in 60min! Ok it's 1,1GB... But that's what they propose! Get your homework done! Have at least high speed download for your own movies in your lounges! Otherwise - it's just a bad joke ;-(
Great tool, but a few things need fixing 1. Somehow it won't let you download more than 1 video. 2. The videos can only be played during the scheduled flight time. Last week my flight was delayed by an hour and 20 minutes. As a result, my film froze and stopped in the middle of the flight... 3. It sometimes fails to authorise you to download even when you do have a flight scheduled. 4. You can't use it if AF does not operate the flight. To me, if I buy a ticket with AF, I expect the services that go with it. Thanks!
Great if you read French Alas, my languages do not include French. There are a couple of English language magazines.
Don't have enough space on your device? With the "Press'n Cloud" digital library linked to your account, you'll find items downloaded on a previous flight, and those which you deleted from the app.
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